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" starts now with carol costello. >>> who won, who lost and who twisted the truth? >> this has been probably the biggest whopper that's been told during the course of this campaign. >> our fact checkers are hard at work this morning after. >>> monster investigation. fda looking into whether the energy drink is responsible for the deaths of five people. >>> apple's next big thing could be something small. the computer giant tries to increase its stranglehold on the tablet market. >>> and three hits in one at-bat. hunter pe eer pence and the giae magic. their next trick? make the detroit tigers disappear. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning to you. thank you so much for joining s us. i'm carol costello. hours after millions of americans watched the final presidential debate, the obama campaign wants to reach millions more. just in to cnn, president obama is rolling out a brand new advertising campaign over the airwaves, internet and in glossy pamphlets. why? cnn chief white house correspondent jessica yellin joins us from the president's first stop today, del ray beach, florida.
. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning to you. happy monday. i'm carol costello. we start with breaking news this morning. cycling's governing body today handed down a so-called death sentence to lance armstrong. the group stripped armstrong of his seven tour de france titles and banned him from the start. it follows the anti-doping agency finding of overwhelming evidence that armstrong doped. >> we are here to answer your questions and to say to the cycling community, uci is listening and is on your side. we have come too far in the fight against doping to return to our past. cycling has a future, and something like this must never happen again. >> but that's not all. another sponsor, oakley sunglasses, announced it will no longer sponsor lance armstrong. bill strickland is bicycling magazine's aeditor at large and author of tour de lance. it's mind boggling, this colossal fall. >> inevitable at this point. but mind boggling when you hear the words. the seven tours, look at what he has won. now just a handful of races. it's going to be tough for people to deal with from h
for being with us. certainly appreciate it. >>> time to get to "cnn newsroom" with carol cost ello. i'll see everyone back here again tomorrow morning. good morning, carol. >> good morning, soledad. >>> a major bomb plot busted. the target, the federal reserve in new york and the heart of the u.s. financial system. >>> 19 days until the election. and some voters still don't know who to vote for. seriously? we go inside the minds of the undecided. >>> it lasted 80 years. the computer did it in. the end of an era for a major magazine. >>> and saints fans sues for dict dictorial interference. say what? >> an fbi sting operation uncovers not only a bomb plot but possible assassination attempt. the targets, the federal reserve in new york city and the president of the united states. the suspect now in federal custody. he is 21-year-old quazi nafis from bangladesh, but in the united states on a student visa. get this, he has been studying cyber security at a college in missouri. prosecutors say he was inspired by al qaeda and tried detonating a 1,000-pound considar bomb out the fed. it was a fake,
before carrying out this attack, allegedly? >> that's right. carol, evidently, they were on to him for months. that's what prosecutors say. this happened just yesterday. he was on his way, prosecutors say, with undercover fbi agents, to the federal reserve bank and asked them to pull over. he wants to go inside a hotel nearby and make a suicide video. here is what he said, in part. let's see if we can pull up that screen for you. he talks about coming here to carry out -- i came to this conclusion, he said, targeting america's economy is the most efficient way to draw the path of obliterai tochlt n of america and also said he wanted to attain victory or martyrdom. >> what about these other plots, allegedly targeting the president? >> he talked about hitting the stock exchange possibly and even mentioned taking out president obama, but i'm told that that was simply an inspirational thi thing. he never took any steps in that direction, according to my sources. so, he was looking for some sort of economic target that he believed would really do a lot of damage to america's economy. he
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in politics. >> we're out of time. we'll see everybody tomorrow morning. cnn newsroom with carol costello starts now. >> immoral, illegal and making the united states hate it around the world. a group of american activists are spreading that around in pakistan. live from islamabad. >>> a new government report shows two companies that employ thousands of americans may actually pose a security concern for the united states. >>> nascar drivers are questioning their safety after a 20 car pile-up at one of nascar's most famous tracks. why one driver calls it bloodthirsty. >>> the obama campaign launching a counteroffensive to a speech th hasn't happened yet. >> reckless. immaturish. that's what news media and fellow republicans called mitt romney's gaffe-filled july tour of england, israel and poland. >> that's what you call a prebuttal. prebuttal. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning to you. happy monday. i'm carol costello. that's where we begin on the campaign trail. president obama is raising cash. mitt romney is raising concerns. this morning he's
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's as if no time has passed between these three. the stars of "the carol burnett show" are just as sharp and funny as they were in the late '60s. a look back at the good times they had on the show we all grew to love. >> i wanted to be carol burnett. also laverne from laverne and cher lee. >>> plus, prince harry, proof it's not just for show. >>> but let's begin with the devastating news out of colorado. authorities confirming the body found in a field belongs to the missing 10-year-old jessica ridgeway. leanne greg is live in westminster, colorado, with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, tamron. it's the worst possible news after days of hope and prayers that they would find her alive. and now the investigation shifts from a search for jessica to the search for her killer. authorities found a body that they described as not intact on wednesday in an open space less than ten miles from jessica's home. dna tests revealed it was her. police say the 10-year-old was abducted walking to school eight days ago. they say it happened less than two blocks from her home. as for suspects, no word other th
community and stick around, because the first anchor to moderate a town hall debate, carol simpson, is our guest live after this. don't go away. ally bank. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no. if he can't, no one can. that's why ally has a raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. what a bargain! [ female announcer ] sometimes a good deal turns out to be not such a good deal. but bounty gives you value you can see. in this lab demo, one sheet of bounty leaves this surface cleaner than two sheets of the leading ordinary brand. so you can clean this mess with half as many sheets. bounty has trap and lock technology to soak up big spills and lock them in. why use more when you can use less? bounty. the clean picker upper. that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insuranc
hands. tomorrow on the big show waiting all of my life to say this, carol burnett. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> wow. >> stephanie: and also jason alexander. and i'll probably do the same thing with him. >> he has been in the studio with us. >> stephanie: i know, right. >> so nothing to be nervous about there. >> stephanie: i still am. people get this around jim ward you know because he has his -- his -- everybody's knew favorite, reince preibus! >> stephanie: yes. he is as whiny as jim portrays him. >> [ whining ] it sounds like someone just sat on his balls or something. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: maybe he sat naked in wicker. >> that would be. and stood up too quickly. >> stephanie: exactly. and is carrying the chair with him. [ whining. ] >> ow i hate wicker. >> stephanie: carol steph every time i hear jim ward say reince prebus it makes me think about that little boy that sat next to me and nicked his nose. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: oh, that is gross. >> i remember school lunches. >> stephanie: it is a campaign entirely of weasels and liars, isn't it? ♪ ♪ i
, so who is first, you ask? >> my name is carol simpson. and i will be the moderator for tonight's 90-minute debate. >> carol simpson, we're talking to her live next. le boring. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts, more events, more experiences. [ jack ] hey, who's boring now? [ male announcer ] get more access with the citi card. [ crowd cheering, mouse clicks ] >>> our candy crowley will be the second woman to moderate a town hall presidential debate. the first was carol simpson. she had the challenge of hosting that 1992 town hall that featured the three candidates. you had president george h.w. bush, then arkansas governor bill clinton, and ross perot and carol simpson joins me once again, live, from boston. carol, welcome back. and -- >> hi, brooke. >> you're the perfect person to talk to. this is the ex
affair with the giants at metlife stadium. carol is here now. crazy last few minutes in this game. >> it was insane, wasn't it? man. it comes after the red skins' roller coaster of a day. a hard fought game. they went from being on top of the world to the bottom of the pile in a span of 15 seconds late in the fourth quarter. skins playing in their first nfc east game. giants looking to avoid an 0-3 start in the division. second quarter, redskins down 7. 3. screen pass to moss. he's scrbl scrambling 27 years y dirt. under two to play, skins down 20-16. this time with his arm, a beautiful pass on the money to moss. 30-yard touchdown strike. redskins retake the lead, 23-20, but 15 seconds later eli manning, who is also dangerous late in games, second play of the giants' drive, manning hits victor cruz who was being double covered. a 77-yard game-winning touchdown pass. are you kidding me? 27-24, red skinds askins are ded deflated after a heartbreaking loss. >> rex told me in the locker room, there's certain games you will be a part of you should have won and you lost and there's some
the giant, well, as you probably know, too, losing the game today. carol maloney here. carol, crazy last few minutes. meadowlands. got to watch out for eli. >> for a few second. look sewed pr looked promising. skins offense, three turnovers in the second half. not an easy thing to do on the road in your first division game. but of the giants, eli manning, shows up the rookie, 15 second later. let's go to metlife stadium. redskins, giants. they were on the run from the get-go. going to pick it up with under 2:00 to play. skins down 20-16. griffin making the come back with his arm this time. beautiful pass to santana moss. 30-yard touchdown. redskins up 23-20. 1:27 left. eli manning had ice in his veins. it takes him two plays to engineer his 27th game victor cruz. eli takes advantage. the skins were on top again for 15 second. but a fourth turnover cost the skins in the final seconds. 27-23. redskins feel like they let this one slip away. >> you know, rex told me in the locker room. there are certain games you will be part of. -up should have won. you lost. and there are some games that, you
. leggett: vote for question seven. left with broken hearts on homecoming. carol has the highlights next. >>> what was that? >> it was a barn burner. did you guys watch it? >> parts of it. >> i mean, fans are not soon going to forget that one. >> no, they're not. >> the maryland football broadcast probably had thousands of viewers doing and saying the exact same thing, putting a hand over their mouth and saying something they shouldn't in front of the kids. maryland and nc state today was that crazy. let's see if the highlights can do it justin. stephan digs says bring it on. homecoming game. randy edsall also ready to go. terps down 10-3. perry hills is interceptied. is he trying to make a tackle? he gets pushed down by ricky dowdy. he would not return, and in comes devin burns, who's a converted wide receiver. third quarter terps down 17-9. burns on a naked bootleg, he's walking into the end zone. 50 yards rushing on the day for burns. and earlier missed extra points, had the terps go for two. they don't get it 17-15. after regaining and losing the lead, terps trail at the final 32 sec
reaction tonight. a tough game for the terrapins at their home coming game. >> here is carol maloney with your morning sports in a minute. >>> good sunday morning, time for sports in a minute. we begin with college football, a wild one in college park between maryland and nc state. late second quarter after throwing an interception, perry hills gets taken down and will be carted off with what's being called a knee injury and did not return. after two different qbs help lead a come back, it comes down to the kicker, a 33-yard field goal attempt for the win, and he hits it off the upright. nc state wins 20-18. the terps drop to 4-3 on the season. and the hoakies visiting clemton. two interceptions including one returned 74 yards for a touchdown. clemson wins 38-17. and navy and howard both winners, uva and west virginia both fall this weekend. on the pitch, dc united needing a win or tie and the black and red come through. three goals including this game winner from neil. they clinch their first post season appearance since 2007. and redskins and giants kick off at 1:00 today. >> looks
with a microphone and keeping time. >> carol simpson was just on from abc, talking about what the role of women in these debates. you had marked erratics, the questioner of the vice presidential candidates. not the -- she had martha raddatz, the questioner of the vice-presidential candidates. the person called on, i suppose, does that have to ask the question. >> there is something ugly about having the league of women voters losing control of the presidential debates to the commission, cochaired by two men who then reduced all female moderators to kind of sign to those. >> we will take a break and come back to this discussion, talking to george farah. we will be joined by glenn greenwald when we come back. ♪ [music break] >> this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman with nermeen shaikh. our guests are george farah and glenn greenwald, who just wrote a very interesting piece about who gets to ask the questions. his father of the book, "with liberty and justice for some: how the law is used to destroy equality and protect the powerful." his piece in
not screened beforehand and moderator carol simpson walked through the crowd and had no idea what each person would ask tonight. >> governor clinton. >> i think i remember the question. and, let me say first of all, i want to answer your specific question but first of all we all agree there should be a growing economy. what you have to decide is who has got the best economic plan. bill: shades of yesterday. martha: boy, oh, boy. bill: like oprah style. martha: how about that hair? bill: how about it? that debate helped propel clinton to the white house and the town hall format has been used ever since. ross perot took 19% of the national vote. remember fox news is america's election headquarters. tune in later tonight, 8:55 p.m. eastern prime time. bret and megyn lead our coverage tonight. martha: looking forward to that tonight. thousands of voters in georgia lining up in the hours of this week, early hours to cast their election ballots because they're starting early voting there. despite the fact there are two more presidential debates go, these voters say they're done, their minds are mad
a good carol. >> male or female? >> we'll find out. >> okay. thank very much. carol in texas writes who made the policy to deny increasingd security for the libyan ambassador? what were the reasons behind this decision? were there any plans to remove him from danger? why was there no asi assistancet immediately from nb nearby? you know, carol, that question was asked by that guy who asked about libya. he said who made the determination no more security? they could take another bite at the apple, but chances are he wouldn't answer it then, either. >> okay. eddie in south carolina says hey, how about this? how are you going to deal with the debt to china? >> actually, that is the fifth and final segment. bob shiefer schieffer, it's my understanding, delineated the five different segments. china happens to be the last one. many people feel as far as the future of the nation and the money woes that that's very important and number two, one of the reasons you bring domestic policy into the discussion tonight even though you're not supposed to. you'll probabl probably be ablen you talk about
debate. >> tell mitt romney how the military works. >> stephanie: carol in pennsylvania. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hey, carol. >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: this election should be a no-brainer. that's not why i called. in pennsylvania, they're going to tell you -- ask you for your i.d. you do not have to give it! >> yeah. >> caller: they made us election workers -- in my ward -- ask people for their i.d. and they have the right to refuse. it is not so important in western pennsylvania. but philadelphia, pittsburgh, people don't give it to them. you don't have to. >> stephanie: that's a good point. people should check whatever state you're in, make sure you have whatever it is and you're armed with information like carol. >> you can find links to your particular state at barackobama.com. >> stephanie: i like that lady from florida -- i would like to see them try to suppress my vote. >> there was a newspaper owned by richard mellon scathe that reported do
a president can really do. >> chris: robert carol spent almost half his life telling the story of lbj. he says he is a not a power, how. you get it and what you do with it and johnson he says was a genius at both. >> chris: how long did you think it was going to take you? >> i thought about ten years. >> chris: and now we are, what, 36 years into this? >> something like that. >> chris: the breadth and depth of the work is stunning. since 1976, caro has written four books, 3400 pages, winning almost every award there is starting with the pulitzer and not yet to johnson and vietnam. why has it taken so long? when caro looked at how johnson was first elec elected so the e in 1948 by 40 votes he wrote a book about it. >> nobody has ever looked and said this is what a stolen election it. >> chris: and the late evangelicals tells how johnson succeeded john kennedy and saved his agenda. >> he takes legislation that wasn't going to pass civil rights, the tax cut bill and in an in tant johnson gets it moving towards passage. >> thank you very, very, very much. >> chris: last week, caro took part in the
democrat carol shea-porter and republican frank guinta, who unseated her in 2010. now, she's running on opposition to the tea party's record in new hampshire. >> they forgot they were there to create jobs and they didn't pass a comprehensive jobs bill and they turned towards social engineering with trying to block contraception and all those other issues that, that really shocked new hampshire. >> reporter: but congressman guinta is betting on frustration with wasteful spending-- the same issue he rode to victory in 2010, and one that often excites voters in new hampshire, which boasts no sales tax. >> they did have the stimulus, $800 billion and then it turns out that it wasn't nearly as effective as they hoped it was going to be. we continue to see the borrowing, those things really frustrated america and as a result you saw this 87 freshman class get elected. so i think that the other side feels they have no alternative but to try to ram the entire republican party as tea party and that just doesn't hold water. >> reporter: a new suffolk university poll out this week shows the pre
to be that anymore. >> the cast here is extraordinary, carol cain, billy crystal, it seems like all-star cast, all-star everything from the beginning. >> i with his a huge fan of all these characters. i knew bill goldman from his work, "all the president's men" and rob rei nechlt r from "spine tap" and carol. and peter faulk from "colombo." i thought how am i going to fit into this group? i hope i don't screw it up. rob was such a wonderful director, so sweechlt being an actor himself, he gets it. he kept a very light set and we had a blast. >> there are folks who work with us this morning who probably were babies when -- they're new fans. seriously. this film is attracting new audiences all the time. i fondly remember the '80s. i don't know about you. but attracting new audiences, that's what makes it, i guess, classy. >> 34-year-old women like my wife, that's who has to be wosh walking up to you, that's who loved this film. not that men like john didn't love it as well. >> cary elwes, thank you so much. >> if fans want to help mercy core, they can go on www.mer www.mercycorps.org. and you can ge
skin. >> for me it's to hide the dark circles under my eyes. >> stephanie: exactly. carol in texas you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi carol. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i want to comment on this comment from richard mourdock on rape. it is kind of like talibanish. and they better be careful, the drones are going to come get them. >> stephanie: that's right. mittens on the campaign trail yesterday. romney on the campaign trail yesterday. >> romney: he doesn't understand what it takes to get this economy going, he doesn't have a plan for jobs for americans. i do, and that's why i'm going to win! >> in china. >> stephanie: jim who said we recommending president obama's reelection. ohio in particular has benefited from his bold decision to revive the auto industry. he ended the war in iraq, refocused the battle to disturb al-qaeda. who said that? [ inaudible ] >> jerry mathers. >> stephanie: no the plane dealer editorial board, ohio's biggest paper has endorsed president obama. who said obama's leadership made a difference when it mattered most? and initiated investm
hall meeting, three candidates. me turn to bob -- let me turn to bob and carol and with their reaction. >> i think president bush in that clip came very close to crossing the threshold that this particular voter, the questioner, was tried to get out, and that was the human connection. what was he feeling? and people made a lot of jokes about bill clinton being able to geneothers' pain, at the that he has close to his heart. president bush was already by this point painted as somebody who was disconnected. you will recall the front page of the "the new york times" and he did not know what a scanner was on a grocery store. of course he did. president bush was simply a nice person on the campaign trail in new hampshire, trying to make conversation with a store clerk. that story took root, and is painted a version of him that was so unflattering to everyday people, made him look privileged and above the fray, above the pain, and that left a huge opening for bill clinton in 1992. >> and bob? >> bill clinton had a better response, much more personal on the human level or spots. if i were bil
. >> and a tough gam for the terrapins. >> and another team is playoff bound. here is carol maloney. >> good sunday morning, time for sports in a minute, we begin with college football, a wild one between maryland and nc state. late second quarter after throwing an interception, perry hills gets taken down. he will be carted off with what's being called a knee injury. after two different qbs help lead a come back, it comes down to a 33 yard field goal attempt for the win, and he hits it off of the goal post. wrels in the acc, the hoakies visiting clemson. a return 74 yards for a touch down. elsewhere, navy and howard, both winners, uva and west virginia both fall. on the pitch, dc united needing a win to clinch a playoff spot, and the black and red come through. united wins 3-2 and clinch their first post season appearance since 2007. >>> and the redskins will try to make it two in a row today, they take on 4-2 giants. the redskins defense forced three turn overs last win for a win over the vikings. keep it here on nbc 4 and we'll have post game reaction tonight. >> looks like tim tebow could make
blackballed because every time i go to the game they lost. when i got home carol was watching the game, and i said you shouldn't be watching. >> ben affleck said the actress sideswiped a car in santa monica, he stopped his car, and left a note on the wind shield saying i will never everything. and then took his daughter to mcdonald's. >> an honest man. >> bill: but not taking his daughter to mcdonald. >> the folks at nasa are celebrating another milestone curiosity scooped up its first sample of dirt. scientists applauded as much if not louder when they landed. the rover is now analyzing the dirt looking for signs of microbial life. >> i have to admit i'm a wonk i love this stuff. >> bill: absolutely. we haven't done an update on this show in a couple of weeks. >> we'll get him back on dr. beagle. he is our resident nasa nerd. >> bill: all right. dan, thank you. mitt romney wants to show that he knows what he is talk about when it comes to foreign policy. peter if we could take the second bite. i just found like so much he said in the debate and like his speech in tampa as
now. good afternoon and welcome. i am carol lancaster, dean of the admin walsh school service here at georgetown university. it's my great privilege and not to welcome back the hilltop i'm a secretary of state, hillary rodham clinton. we are very proud to think of her as a holier by marriage. [laughter] i knows only to welcome ambassador carlos pascual. nice to see you again. the state department special envoy coordinator for international energy affairs. and as always that they too will come our students, faculty and staff with us in the audience today in case you didn't hear them. secretary clinton has come to embody the georgetown spirit of public service. in her nearly 40 years as a public servant. first lady, senator, not the nation's chief diplomat. as many of you know, in this last welcome secretary clinton has traveled to over 100 countries and flown over 900,000 miles, making her the most traveled secretary of state in history. indeed, if he does speak for all of us when i say it's a pleasure to welcome her back to georgetown. since taking office, secretary clinton has tac
-one minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. carol from pennsylvania. welcome. >> caller: hi. great guest. on "the view" yesterday, ann romney again stated that when her husband goes crazy, they have to bring him in to stabilize him; that he condition be consoled i truly believe this man has mental issues -- >> stephanie: what did she say exactly? i doubt she said it just like that -- >> caller: i'm paraphrasing, she said when my husband goes crazy, my sons bring me in and i have to stabilize him. >> stephanie: all right. we got to get a transcript. i doubt she said that but that would be hilarious. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: what she did say, jim, mitt will not run again if he looses. this is very hard. >> stop it. >> stephanie: it's hard stop it. >> ann romney: stop it. >> stephanie: also appearing was the romney's son josh. that one. he was asked about his brother's taggs joke after he said he wants to take a swing at the president, josh said as someone who has been slugged by tagg the president has nothing t
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was talking with tucker about kind of a new passion of mine. carol can trace her family all the way back to the mayflour. they've -- to the mayflower. they've got the family tree. my family, nobody knows. my mission is to try to put my side of the family together. i was floundering around until i discovered ancestry.com. you can go to them and you put in your name and you tell them -- they've got ten billion documents online, marriage records, birth records death records, immigration records and i'm well on my way. i've got my family back to 1820 in salem new jersey. now i gotta get the link to eastern europe. i'm going to work it out. you can too. they'll give you two weeks free to try it out at tryancestry.com. i encourage you join me today. trace back your own family tree. visit tryancestry.com. you'll have two full weeks to see what you can uncover. visit tryancestry.com. that's t-r-y-ancestry.com. two full weeks and you'll have a lot of fun. 35 minutes after the hour. here's our roving ambassador, arnold down in atlan
carol -- you can trace her family back literally to the mayflower. she's quaker -- quakers who came down to washington, d.c. to visit with president lincoln. all of the way back. and for me it's been a big blank slate, but i have been working on ancestry.com, and i have traced my family back to 1824 in salem, new jersey and now i'm trying to get them across the pond. and you can do that too, ancestry.com by the way is the place to go. they have 10 billion documents you can source but you can get two weeks free at tryancestry.com. join me today and figure out your own family tree. visit tryancestry.com, and you get two free weeks to see what you can discover. we'll compare family trees here. so peter -- well first before we get to comments, and i know you have had a lot of people on facebook and twitter, say we have got to talk about this richard mourdock. he is a tea partier, a republican consolidate in indiana. he is up against joe donnelly who will be on our show tomorrow morning -- friday i'm sorry. they are having a big debate and the question was up about
or can't do with their body. >> reporter: carol heads up most of her farmland and says she works harder than ever just to keep her head above water. do you have any sense of the campaign at this point? >> oh, yes hot and heavy. in the mail. on the phone. >> reporter: five women, one battleground state. both campaigns in overdrive, working for their votes in the final stretch. now we shot this thing two days ago what you just saw. and the day that we shot this i want to introduce you to two new cows that linda and marsha, these are two bulls that one of their cows had. this one is named mitt. this one barack. neither linda or marsha would tell us who they're voting for. but they're equal opportunity dairy farmers. john? >> you're a natural. and you always have strapped on your big boy boots. so we're glad to have you. miguel will be with us again next tuesday on the ground in scott county, iowa. >> i can't wait to see that. today's best advice coming up right after this quick break. mike rowe here at a ford dealer with a little q&a for fiona. tell me fiona, who's having a big tire event?
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